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Structured Systems Methodology By Andreas Sofroniou
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The Structured Systems Methodology book is mostly concerned with the development and the management of systems, the people involved in such development, the individuals who work on their own, and... More > those who work in groups to design systems applicable to users, the system practitioners who may be employed by multi-national corporations,or academia. In computing, the major theme is the responsibility to the system user, and the company; to help with their problems and requirements in system development. The emergent technologies and the pace of change are placing increasing importance upon organisations and individuals being finely tuned, in performance terms. This does not just happen, but has to be worked at. It covers computing as a service given to all types of businesses, in most environments and as a tool at work.< Less
Workshop for Projects Management By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book is intended to provide details and guidance on the Projects Management Workshop. The initiation of this document is based on requests for an objective tutorial and workshop for the Project... More > Management community. A workshop package, which will serve as a helpful method for learning, practising and where possible interfacing with other courses. The workshop material documented herewith will include the: • Pre-workshop activities, • Project Management principles, • Integration of major methodologies, • Case study details, • Aid to participants’ presentation, • Established Project Management requirements, • Interfaces of various tools, • Referencing workshop material, • Post-workshop coaching. The contents are intended to be used as a manual for the preparation of workshops for Programme/Project Managers. It can also be used as a document for other training packages and as a reference.< Less
Change Management In I.T. By Andreas Sofroniou
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Change Management and the changes to Configuration, Release, and Assets as a whole group of I.T. activities have traditionally been concerned with finding effective solutions to specific operational... More > problems. Substantial effort has been devoted in recommending a rational methodology for the management of change. This book, therefore, has been addressing the willingness to change procedures suitable to the way people are willing to work and with processes that they are familiar with. It deals with current problems and new, better methods, techniques, and tools for processing changes. Change Management personnel have gradually come to realise that their tasks should include the solution of specific problems, and the designing of systems that predict and prevent future problems.< Less
I.T. RISK MANAGEMENT. By Andreas Sofroniou
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I.T. RISK MANAGEMENT. A risk is an uncertain event, which may have an adverse effect on the project's objectives. This book explains a proven risk management methodology, which should be very... More > effective in the quest for identifying risks throughout the project lifecycle. It describes the processes, which commence by identifying the enterprise's most important and risky projects, as these must be given priority. The book is, essentially, dealing with a method that permits the collection of knowledge and experience from those involved.< Less
Business Information Systems, Concepts and Examples. By Andreas Sofroniou
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Business Information Systems, Concepts and Examples. This book aims to fill a gap in the current business and tutorial literature. It has been designed for the business individual, for the student... More > and the computer professional who need a detailed overview of business information systems. It explores computing in general, the structured development of systems using processes and data analysis; object oriented and other methods. It includes the project planning and testing procedures for the Millennium thread.< Less
I.T. Risk Management - 2011 Edition By Andreas Sofroniou
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A risk is an uncertain event which may have an adverse effect on the project's objectives. This Risk Management book is based on a proven risk management methodology, which should be very effective... More > in the quest for identifying risks throughout the project life-cycle. The I.T. Risk Management process commences by identifying the enterprises most important and risky projects, as these must be given priority. This I.T. Risk Management book/manual is essentially a method that permits the collection of knowledge and experience from those involved, in a form that facilitates the Systematic Interaction and Generic Methodology for Applications.< Less
EXPERT SYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING FOR HUMAN REPLICATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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EXPERT SYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING FOR HUMAN REPLICATION. An expert system is a computer program that attempts to replicate the expertise and decision-making abilities of a human expert. Expert... More > systems are the most widely developed area of artificial intelligence, with a variety of applications ranging from medical diagnosis through to financial decision-making and geological prospecting. They often use a heuristic or self-learning approach to the solution of a problem, in which feedback of the results of a particular course of action influences subsequent decisions. Expert systems usually have two principal parts: a knowledge base (a special database, which contains facts and other information representing the rules and experience of an expert practitioner in a particular field); and an inference engine, which interprets the knowledge base in relation to the particular problem being presented.< Less
EXPERT SYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING FOR HUMAN REPLICATION By Andreas Sofroniou
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EXPERT SYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING FOR HUMAN REPLICATION: An expert system is a computer program that attempts to replicate the expertise and decision-making abilities of a human expert.... More > Expert systems are the most widely developed area of artificial intelligence, with a variety of applications ranging from medical diagnosis through to financial decision-making and geological prospecting. They often use a heuristic or self-learning approach to the solution of a problem, in which feedback of the results of a particular course of action influences subsequent decisions. Expert systems usually have two principal parts: a knowledge base (a special database, which contains facts and other information representing the rules and experience of an expert practitioner in a particular field); and an inference engine, which interprets the knowledge base in relation to the particular problem being presented.< Less
Structured Systems Methodology By Andreas Sofroniou
eBook (PDF): $27.32
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The Structured Systems Methodology book is mostly concerned with the development and the management of systems, the people involved in such development, the individuals who work on their own, and... More > those who work in groups to design systems applicable to users, the system practitioners who may be employed by multi-national corporations,or academia. In computing, the major theme is the responsibility to the system user, and the company; to help with their problems and requirements in system development. The emergent technologies and the pace of change are placing increasing importance upon organisations and individuals being finely tuned, in performance terms. This does not just happen, but has to be worked at. It covers computing as a service given to all types of businesses, in most environments and as a tool at work.< Less
I.T. Risk Management - 2011 Edition By Andreas Sofroniou
eBook (PDF): $12.50
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A risk is an uncertain event which may have an adverse effect on the project's objectives. This Risk Management book is based on a proven risk management methodology, which should be very effective... More > in the quest for identifying risks throughout the project life-cycle. The I.T. Risk Management process commences by identifying the enterprises most important and risky projects, as these must be given priority. This I.T. Risk Management book/manual is essentially a method that permits the collection of knowledge and experience from those involved, in a form that facilitates the Systematic Interaction and Generic Methodology for Applications.< Less

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